The New York Times just spoil Batman and Catwoman’s wedding: The New York Times on Sunday according Batman writer Tom King has spent virtually his entire run on the book so far leading up to Batman and Catwoman wedding.
The New York Times just spoil Batman and Catwoman’s wedding
In an article titled, ‘It Just Wasn’t Meant to Be, Batman,’ the paper prematurely spoiled the months-long build-up to the extra-sized anniversary issue.
For the past several months, the Batman comic book series has been building up to one of the biggest events in comic book history.
After Batman proposed to Catwoman in issue #24, the series has led up to what might become the biggest wedding of the century, at least in comics.
From dealing with their difficult history together to Catwoman stealing her wedding dress, the couple will finally get to tie the knot in issue #50.
The paper detailed the upcoming issue revealing that Batman is left standing at the altar by his bride-to-be, who explains that marrying Bruce Wayne would make her happy.
“To save the world, heroes make sacrifices,” Selina tells Bruce in a letter. “My sacrifice is my life. It’s you.”
The Times story ends with the two of them leaping off of different buildings, as they often do, with Selina throwing off her veil and Bruce throwing off his tie after waiting an hour and realising she’s not coming.
King later took to social media to comment on the premature reveal.
Im pissed about things and excited about other things. I have no idea how to comment on anything without spoiling everything.
Batman 50 is still out Wednesday. I’m incredibly proud of the issue; I hope you pick it up. You have questions; the answers are there.
— Tom King (@TomKingTK) July 1, 2018
In Batman #24 Bruce Wayne proposed to Selina Kyle with the rest of the issues building up to their wedding.
DC Comics also released Batman: Prelude to the Wedding one-shots, focusing on different members of the Bat family (Robin, Nightwing, Batgirl, Red Hood and Harley Quinn) as they prepare for the nuptials.